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Triple-Mask Time: CDC Declares Racism to be the Real Pandemic

Just as we thought we were out of the woods with the coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control has declared a new public health emergency. Now that Joe Biden is “running” the Executive branch (ha!), the CDC has shifted gears from COVID. According to Biden’s CDC Director, the new public health threat is… racism. Oh, dear me! How do we protect against that? Should we wear triple masks? Use lots of hand sanitizer? I don’t know about you, but I’m thinking we should all stock up on toilet paper again, just to be on the safe side. We’re really lucky ...Continue reading

Why I Still Can’t Quite Forgive Tucker Carlson

I was so mad at Tucker Carlson a couple of months ago that I completely stopped watching his show. I haven’t seen his new daytime programming on that Fox News app, because I refuse to give a single dime to that Arizona-calling bunch of Biden bootlickers at Fox News. But I have, slowly, started dipping my toe into his evening show again. I have to admit, he’s en fuego once again, and there’s nobody better at venomously expressing middle America’s contempt for the DC empire and its incompetence. But have you noticed… there’s one and only one topic that all ...Continue reading

First Republican Launches Campaign Against New York Gov. Cuomo

New York Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin announced this week he will run for governor to defeat Andrew Cuomo as leader of the Empire State. He is the first Republican candidate to announce a challenge to the scandal-ridden Cuomo. Zeldin is a strong ally of former President Donald Trump who has served four terms in New York’s 1st District in eastern Long Island. The Congressman made his announcement during a live interview on “Fox & Friends.” "I'm running for governor of New York in 2022," Zeldin announced on the program. "We are going to win this race." Zeldin’s campaign website adds he ...Continue reading

Atlanta Mayor Signs Executive Order to Circumvent Georgia Election Laws

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D) signed an executive order on Wednesday to circumvent Georgia’s new voter integrity law. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) signed The Election Integrity Act of 2021 in March to reduce election fraud. Kemp’s bill has been blasted by Democrats, including President Joe Biden, who outrageously called it Jim Crow 2.0. Jim Crow laws were restrictions that legalized racial segregation and disenfranchised poor voters after the Civil War. The governor has declared, “Ensuring the integrity of the ballot box isn’t partisan, it’s about protecting the very foundation of who we are as Georgians and Americans.” There ...Continue reading

What Country is This? Hang Derek Chauvin or Our Cities Burn?

Before Black Lives Matter decides to torch a bunch of American cities over the Derek Chauvin verdict in Minneapolis, they might want to reflect on the delicate sensitivities of some past Democrats in the White House. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Bill Clinton weren’t exactly kind to minority groups that made them look bad. While it was fun and games and peacefully intensifying protests last year, when the Democrats had an election to win, the Biden regime is likely to go all “Brand Davidian Complex” on BLM if they make Joe look bad. And exactly what country are we living in ...Continue reading


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